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					                             International Week 2011
                                            Theme:
                                    April 2 - April 8, 2011
             Statesmanship Agreement
The purpose of International Week at UTA is to:
  o Promote awareness of the cultural diversity within the UTA community
  o Increase general knowledge about world cultures and nations
  o Facilitate the improvement of intercultural competencies through cooperation and mutual
      appreciation

The following are guidelines for participation:

   1. Be courteous and respectful toward each and every individual involved, whether he/she is
      associated with the International Week Committee, a participating student organization or an
      attendee from the general public.

   2. Understand that by participating in International Week you are essentially a representative
      and ambassador of your culture, your country and the UTA community. Be mindful of your
      words and actions so that goodwill is generated throughout the International Week.

                                       We Share a World
For all our differences in politics, race, economics, abilities, culture and
                              language - we share one world.
 To be tolerant is to welcome the differences and delight in the sharing.

                            ~Taken from the National Campaign for Tolerance~

If your organization plans to participate in an International Week event, this document must be
signed and turned in along with your selected event applications.
*By signing your name to this document, you agree to communicate the above stated guidelines to
your members and to abide by them before, during, and after International Week 2011.

Organization:

President’s Name (Print):

President’s Signature:

Phone #                                     Email:
                                International Week 2011
                                                Theme:
                                         April 2 - April 8, 2011
Application for:               Games (Soccer Tournament)
Date:                         Saturday, April 2nd
Time:                         9:00am - 4:00pm
Location:                     Indoor Soccer Field (MAC)
Entry Fee:                    $10 (Checks should be made payable to ISO)
Deadline:                     Friday, February 4th, 5:00pm; Office of
                              International Education


We welcome your organization to participate in the Soccer Tournament on the 1st day of International Week.
The soccer games will be five on five (both men and women) (subject to change), played in 30 minute
increments (subject to change). The initial games will be played in the morning, with the playoffs in the
afternoon. Each team may have as many as 10 players, but may only have 6 players on the field at a time.
There will be a Grand Prize awarded to the overall winner of the tournament, which will also be announced at
the Global Extravaganza.

ISO / I-Week Committee will provide the fields and referees, as well as the rules. Your organization will only
need to provide the players and the audience to cheer your team on! Each team should also plan to wear the
same color shirts, as there will be no official uniforms.

Please note that all times are subject to change. All changes will be sent immediately to the participating
organizations.

You must attend an informational meeting that will be held on Friday, March 25th from 1-3pm in TBA,
whereby all procedures will be explained.


For more information, contact the following:
►Games Coordinator:
Taylor Keelan
Email: taylor.keelan@mavs.uta.edu

►I-Week Co-Chairs:
Cecilia Mendez
E-mail: cecilia.mendez@mavs.uta.edu

►I-Week Advisor:
Lauren Cutcher, Office of International Education
E-mail: lcutcher@uta.edu
Tel: (817) 272-2355
                                  I-Week Registration Form
                      Application for Games (Soccer Tournament)
Date:                   Saturday, April 2nd
Time:                   9:00am – 4:00pm
Location:               Indoor Soccer Field (MAC)
Entry Fee:              $10 (Checks should be made payable to ISO)                                  Official Use Only

Deadline:               Friday, February 4th, 5:00pm; Office of                             Date Received
                        International Education                                             Method of Payment
                                                                                            Receipt #
Organization Account Number (if you have an account with UTA)
Possible advisor approval from organization’s dept. for funds transfer
If you prefer that the proceeds of your organization’s sales be made payable to an
individual, please include his/her name, social security number and mailing address.

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Organization:

Main Contact Name:
Phone #                                               Email:

Secondary Contact Name:
Phone #                                              Email:

Team Roster
You may have five players at a time (subject to change), but up to ten players total who rotate in and out:

1.                                                               6.
2.                                                               7.
3.                                                               8.
4.                                                               9.
5.                                                               10



Color your team will wear:

Preferred playing time (1st game only; all playoff games will be in the afternoon). Final times are subject to change.
Please put a check next to your preference:

9:00am             9:30am            10:00am             10:30am            11:00am              11:30am

I have read the attached guidelines and assume full responsibility for informing my organization and fellow students of
these rules. My organization understands that if our organization violates any of these guidelines, we will have to pay for
the damages rendered and may be disqualified. We further waive ISO and UTA of responsibility for any loss or injury
incurred during this event.


                Name                                     Position                                Student ID #
                              International Week 2011
                                              Theme:
                                       April 2 - April 8, 2011
Application for:           Nationality/ Regional Exhibits
Date & Times:               Listed Below
Location:                   Bluebonnet Ballroom, U.C.
Entry Fee:                  $10 (Checks should be made payable to ISO)
Deadline:                  Friday, February 4, 2011 at 5:00pm
                            Office of International Education

Sunday, April 3rd                              10am - 4pm          Set-Up only

Monday, April 4th                          12:00pm - 2:00pm        Coincides with Grand Opening

Wednesday, April 6th                       6:00pm - 9:00pm         Coincides with Fashion Show

Thursday, April 7th                        10:00am - 2:00pm        Coincides with School Visits

Friday, April 8th                          6:00pm - 9:00pm         Coincides with Global Extravaganza

Saturday, April 9th                            12pm - 5pm          Tear-Down only


We welcome your organization to participate in the Nationality/ Regional Exhibits, which are set-up on
Sunday, April 3rd and disassembled on Saturday, April 9th.

   ●   The rules and regulations of the University and the U.C. are binding and each organization is
       responsible for knowing them. Failure to comply is grounds for monetary fines to the responsible
       organization.

   ●   Safety is a primary concern; therefore, the Exhibits Coordinator must be informed of any potentially
       hazardous items. Such items may be restricted. If an organization is in violation of a safety
       regulation, the Coordinator will issue a warning. If violations persist, a fine may result. No (spray)
       paint, flammable materials, etc. are allowed.

   ●   Since International Week is a time for understanding between different cultures, any bigotry on
       the basis of race, religion, nationality, or political view will result first with a warning and then
       disqualification from participation in the Exhibits without a refund of fees.

   ●   The Exhibits must be attended by at least one or two people while the Exhibits are open(during the
       times shown above). Also, no display items may be for sale nor may any monetary donations be
       accepted.

   ●   Allocation of spaces within the Bluebonnet Ballroom will be randomly drawn on Friday, March 26th
       from 1-3pm in location TBA. One divider panel will be available for each organization on a first
       come first serve basis, with the right reserved by the Coordinator to adjust for an aesthetic
       placement of exhibits around the room. If your organization has not shown up to claim their space
       by 12:00pm on Sunday, April 3th, your space may be forfeited.
   ●   Your exhibit should extend no further than 10 feet from the wall. Width will be approximately 10-12
       ft. depending on location and number of entries.

   ●   Wall hangings must be either freestanding or secured with (brown) masking tape or velcro (with an
       adhesive on the reverse, available from craft stores). In addition, if you wish to hang any items from
       the bars on the ceiling, you should provide wire, fish line, etc. and it will be hung between
       10:00a.m. and 8:00p.m. on Sunday. No nails, tacks/pins, clear tape, etc. are permitted in
       University Center walls.

   ●   The Coordinator must be notified of any display items that are too valuable to risk being left
       overnight. All such items should be brought and identified to the Coordinator sometime during set-
       up. No additional items may be brought into the Bluebonnet Ballroom during International Week
       itself. Likewise, once an exhibit is set up, it should not be dismantled until Saturday, April 9 th
       between 12:00pm and 5:00pm. All set-up must be completed on Sunday, April 3rd.

   ●   Fines will be assessed for any exhibit that has violated rules stated by UC Operations (e.g. use of
       glitter, tacks, etc.).

For more information, contact the following:

►Exhibits Coordinator:
Tram Cao
E-mail: tram.cao@mavs.uta.edu

►I-Week Chair:
 Cecilia Mendez
E-mail: cecilia.mendez@mavs.uta.edu

►I-Week Advisor:
Lauren Cutcher, Office of International Education
Tel: (817) 272-2355
 E-mail: lcutcher@uta.edu
                                  I-Week Registration Form
                                Application for Nationality/ Regional Exhibits

Date:                   Previously Listed
Time:                   Previously Listed                                                        Official Use Only

Location:               Bluebonnet Ballroom, UC                                          Date Received
Entry Fee:              $10 (Checks should be made payable to ISO)                       Method of Payment
                                                                                         Receipt #
Deadline:               Friday, February 4th, 5:00pm
                        Office of International Education, U.C.

Organization Account Number (if you have an account with UTA)
Possible advisor approval from organization’s dept. for funds transfer
If you prefer that the proceeds of your organization’s sales be made payable to an individual, please include his/her
name, social security number and mailing address.

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Organization:

Main Contact Name:
Phone #                                               Email:

Secondary Contact Name:
Phone #                                              Email:


What is the general format of your exhibit expected to be? Will your exhibit make any noise (music, videotape, etc.)?
If so, explain.




It is required that you declare any items to be used which are potentially dangerous (fire, Styrofoam,
display/decorative weapons, animals, plants). Please provide a list of these items. Ask if in doubt.




Do you want to hang anything from the ceiling on Sunday afternoon? If so, what?




I have read the attached guidelines and assume full responsibility for informing my organization and fellow students of
these rules. My organization understands that if our organization violates any of these guidelines, we will have to pay for
the damages rendered and may be disqualified. We further waive ISO and UTA of responsibility for any loss or injury
incurred during this event.


                Name                                     Position                                Student ID #
                               International Week 2011
                                               Theme:
                                        April 2 - April 8, 2011
Application for:             Grand Opening Ceremony (Parade of Banners)
Date:                        Monday, April 4th
Times:                       11:45am–1:00pm
Location:                    Library Mall & Bluebonnet Ballroom, U.C.
Entry Fee:                   Free
Deadline:                    Friday, February 4th, 5:00pm; Office of International
                             Education
We welcome applications from individuals who wish to participate in the Parade of Banners and Grand
Opening Ceremony.

As part of the festivities of UTA International Week 2011, there will be a procession of the banners
representing the many nationalities of international students. The procession will take place at noon on
Monday, April 4, 2011. Starting at the Bluebonnet Ballroom the precession will make its way to the Library
Mall and pause so that our guest speaker can officially open International Week 2011, then the I-Week Grand
Opening Ceremony will conclude upon the banners' dramatic re-entrance into the Bluebonnet Ballroom.

The procession will march around the UTA campus and help attract students to International Week. You can
participate by being the banner bearer of a nation’s banner. If you or someone else fails to volunteer, your
country cannot be represented. So apply and help International Week, internationalism at UTA, and most
importantly, represent your country! While you may select any country you want, only one person will be
selected to carry a given country's banner. If two or more people apply to carry the same banner, the one who
turned in their application first will be granted their choice and the others will be given their 2nd choice.

The Office of International Education will supply banners for the banner procession for the countries listed
below:

Afganistan                             Finland                                 Korea
Algeria                                France                                  Kuwait
Argentina                              Gambia                                  Laos
Australia                              Ghana                                   Lebanon
Austria                                Germany                                 Malawi
Bahrain                                Greece                                  Malaysia
Bangladesh                             Honduras                                Mexico
Bolivia                                Hong Kong                               Morocco
Bulgaria                               Hungary                                 Nepal
Brazil                                 India                                   Nigeria
Canada                                 Indonesia                               Norway
Cayman Islands                         Iran                                    Pakistan
Chad                                   Iraq                                    Palestine
Colombia                               Ireland                                 Panama
Cuba                                   Israel                                  P.R. China
Czech Republic                         Italy                                   Peru
Dem. Of Congo                          Ivory Coast                             Philippines
Ecuador                                Jamaica                                 Portugal
Egypt                                  Japan                                   Puerto Rico
El Salvador                            Jordan                                  Qatar
Ethiopia                               Kenya                                   Romania
Russia                                 Switzerland                            U.S.A.
Saudi Arabia                           Syria                                  Venezuela
Singapore                              Taiwan                                 Xianggang
South Africa                           Turkey                                 Zambia
South Vietnam                          Thailand                               Zimbabwe
Sri Lanka                              United Arab Emirates
Sweden                                 United Kingdom


    Note: You will be held responsible if the OIE banner is lost or damaged while it is in your possession.

In addition to the flag procession during International Week, there will be one rehearsal of the route of the
procession on Sunday, April 3rd (time to be announced). We will meet in the Bluebonnet Ballroom foyer on
that date. It is mandatory for all participants to be present for the rehearsal.

For more information, contact the following:

►Grand Opening Coordinator:
Elena Hoang
E-mail: elena.hoang@mavs.uta.edu

►I-Week Chairs:
Cecilia Mendez
E-mail: cecilia.mendez@mavs.uta.edu

►I-Week Advisor:
Lauren Cutcher, Office of International Education
E-mail: lcutcher@uta.edu
Tel: (817) 272-2355
                                   I-Week Registration Form
                                  Application for Parade of Banners
Date:                   Monday, April 4th
Times:                  11:45am–1:00pm
Location:               Library Mall & Bluebonnet Ballroom, U.C.
Entry Fee:              FREE
Deadline:               Fri., February 4th, 5:00pm; Office of
                        International Education, U.C.


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Name:

Address:

Telephone #                                           Email:

Student ID #                                                Nationality:

Affiliated Org (if applicable):

Country to be represented:
               Option 1 -
               Option 2 -

Why do you want to be the bearer of this nation's banner? / Additional comments:




Will you be able to attend the rehearsal at on Sunday, April 3 rd?




I have read the attached guidelines and assume full responsibility for informing my organization and fellow students of
these rules. My organization understands that if our organization violates any of these guidelines, we will have to pay for
the damages rendered and may be disqualified. We further waive ISO and UTA of responsibility for any loss or injury
incurred during this event.




                              Name                                                Student ID #
                                International Week 2011
                                               Theme:
                                        April 2 - April 8, 2011
Application for:      Food Fair
                                       th
Date:                 Tuesday, April 5
Time:                 11:30am - 1:30pm
Location:             University Center Mall (In case of rain, Palo Duro Lounge)
Entry Fee:            $10 (Checks should be made payable to ISO)
                                          th
Deadline:             Friday, February 4 , 5:00pm, Office of International Education, U.C.

We welcome your organization to participate in the Food Fair, on the 3nd day of International Week. ISO / I-
Week Committee will provide the set-up and use of tables, napkins, plates, and plastic utensils. Your
organization will only need to provide the food and volunteers! In addition, your organization will need to
bring any items necessary for last-minute preparation and serving of the food [e.g. bowls, cups, cooking
utensils, appliances (grills, microwaves, hot plates)]. There will be NO open flames. If requested,
electricity and extension cords will be available for your use. It is recommended that you bring a power
strip with a surge protector. This will allow you to utilize multiple plug-ins and it will shut itself off if you
are in danger of using too much electricity at one time.

On the day of the Food Fair, you should prepare and post signs at your table indicating what dishes are being
offered, their main ingredients (especially those containing meat vs. vegetarian) and their prices. Pricing
will be indicated in terms of number of tickets, rather than in terms of money (e.g. 2 tickets = $ .50; 8 tickets
= $2.00). Tickets will be sold at 2 locations on either side of the Food Fair for 25¢ each. Your organization
will receive 85% of the proceeds, while ISO will receive 15% to help pay for various International Week
expenses. Ticket sales staffing will be provided by the Office of International Education.

Hygiene is of utmost importance. All people assisting with the sale of food items on the day of the Food Fair
will be required to wear plastic gloves, provided by ISO. People with long hair are encouraged to tie it back
or wear a hat if they will be serving food items. You will also be required to keep your area tidy and free of
refuse during the Food Fair. Failure to do so will result in the closing of your booth.

In order to be reimbursed for the tickets you collect, you will need to count and turn them in before leaving
the Food Fair site. If you have an account through UTA, please provide the account number as we will make
a direct deposit. If you wish to receive your proceeds with a voucher, please provide the name and social
security number of the person to whom the voucher should be made. Vouchers will be available in the
Office of International Education starting April 11th. Your voucher will only be valid through the end of April,
so don't forget to pick it up and cash it!

Festive music and clothing are encouraged, as they draw more people, but are not required. No PA systems
are allowed. Organizations may NOT sell drinks at the Food Fair. Exceptions to this rule must be
approved by the Coordinator. ISO will be selling sodas near the ticket stands throughout the day.

An informational meeting will be held on Friday, March 25th from 1-3pm in TBA, whereby the procedures
will be explained.

For more information, contact the following:
►Food Fair Coordinator: Michael Rose Email: mrrose@sbcglobal.net
►I-Week Co-Chairs: Cecilia Mendez E-mail: cecilia.mendez@mavs.uta.edu
►I-Week Advisor: Lauren Cutcher, Office of International Education
  Tel: (817) 272-2355 / E-mail: lcutcher@uta.edu
                                 I-Week Registration Form
                                            Application for Food Fair

Date:                  Tuesday, April 5th
                                                                                               Official Use Only
Time:                  11:30am -1:30pm
Location:              University Center Mall                                          Date Received
Entry Fee:             $10 (Checks should be made payable to ISO)                      Method of Payment
                                                                                       Receipt #
Deadline:              Friday, February 4th, 5:00pm
                       Office of International Education, U.C.

Organization Account Number (if you have an account with UTA)
Possible advisor approval from organization’s dept. for funds transfer

If you prefer that the proceeds of your organization’s sales be made payable to an individual, please include his/her
name, social security number and mailing address.


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Organization:

Main Contact Name:
Phone #                                             Email:

Secondary Contact Name:
Phone #                                             Email:



Electrical or Other Cooking Equipment You Plan to Use (including wattage--very important)



Items for Sale
List the name of each item and its ingredients (use reverse if more space is needed)




I have read the attached guidelines and assume full responsibility for informing my organization and fellow
students of these rules. My organization understands that if our organization violates any of these guidelines,
we will have to pay for the damages rendered and may be disqualified. We further waive ISO and UTA of
responsibility for any loss or injury incurred during this event.


                Name                                    Position                               Student ID #
                               International Week 2011
                                              Theme:
                                       April 2 - April 8, 2011
Application for:             Fashion Show
Date:                        Wednesday, April 6th
Times:                       6:00pm - 9:00pm
Location:                    Bluebonnet Ballroom, U.C.
Entry Fee:                    $10 (Checks should be made payable to ISO)
Deadline:                    Friday, February 4th, 5:00pm
                             Office of International Education

We welcome your organization to participate in the Fashion Show, which is scheduled to be held on
Wednesday evening of International Week.

The International Week Fashion Show's purpose is to expose students of all nationalities to the different
cultures and traditions that are represented at UTA. Each country is permitted to enter the Fashion Show
with as many models as needed to represent the various costumes. The maximum time limit per
organization is five (5) minutes.

An informational meeting will be held on Friday, March 25th from 1-3pm in TBA, whereby the order of
performances will be drawn randomly and the procedures to be explained. All participating countries must
submit a typed, double-spaced, large-print script to be read during their portions of the Fashion Show. This
should be submitted at the information meeting and should include a description of costumes, styles, etc.

There will be a dress rehearsal on Tuesday, April 5th, 5:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m., in the Bluebonnet Ballroom,
U.C. It is MANDATORY that your group comes with their costumes. Any music that you wish to accompany
your performance must be submitted at the time of the rehearsal, labeled with your organization’s name,
and please include precise play instructions (when to start and stop music).

NOTE: All flammable props and apparatus must be checked for their hazardous potential in advance with the
Fashion Show Coordinator or the ISO Advisor for permission to use them in the Fashion Show.

This year, we will also include a “special occasion round” to the Fashion Show, immediately following the
regular show. This round would begin at approximately 8:30pm, and would last ten minutes. It will give
four organizations the opportunity to show off any special occasion dress they wish (such as wedding attire).
The organizations will go on the stage one at a time, remaining on the stage until the last organization has
all its members on stage. Please let us know on the application form if your organization is interested in
participating in this round for the Fashion Show.

We know that your full participation in sharing with us your national costumes and apparel will make this
Fashion Show a memorable and successful event.

For more information, contact the following:

►Fashion Show Coordinator: Sajib Datta Email: sajib.datta@mavs.uta.edu
►I-Week Co-Chairs: Cecilia Mendez          E-mail: cecilia.mendez@mavs.uta.edu
►I-Week Advisor: Lauren Cutcher, Office of International Education
  Tel: (817) 272-2355 / E-mail: lcutcher@uta.edu
                                 I-Week Registration Form
                                         Application for Fashion Show

Date:                  Wednesday, April 6th

Times:                 6:00pm - 9:00pm                                                      Official Use Only
Location:              Bluebonnet Ballroom, U.C.                                    Date Received
Entry Fee:             $10 (Checks should be made payable to ISO)                   Method of Payment
Deadline:              Friday, February 4th, 5:00pm                                 Receipt #
                       Office of International Education, U.C.

Organization Account Number (if you have an account with UTA)
Possible advisor approval from organization’s dept. for funds transfer
If you prefer that the proceeds of your organization’s sales be made payable to an individual, please include his/her
name, social security number and mailing address.

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Organization:

Main Contact Name:
Phone #                                             Email:

Secondary Contact Name:
Phone #                                             Email:


Please list any props to be used.
It is required that you declare any items to be used which are potentially dangerous (fire, display/decorative weapons,
etc.)




Please list the names of participants and description of dress they will be wearing and a brief summary of
your show’s content. Continue on reverse if necessary.




Is your organization interested in participating in the “special occasion round” of the Fashion Show? If yes,
please let us know what occasion your members will be representing.



I have read the attached guidelines and assume full responsibility for informing my organization and fellow
students of these rules. My organization understands that if our organization violates any of these guidelines,
we will have to pay for the damages rendered and may be disqualified. We further waive ISO and UTA of
responsibility for any loss or injury incurred during this event.



                Name                                    Position                               Student ID #
                               International Week 2011
                                               Theme:
                                        April 2 - April 8, 2011
Application for:               School Visits
Date:                         Thursday, April 7th
Times:                        10:00am - 2:00pm (one hour increments)
Location:                     Bluebonnet Ballroom, U.C.
Entry Fee:                    N/A
Deadline:                     Friday, February 4th, 5:00pm; OIE

Each year, ISO / I-Week Committee and the Office of International Education invite a group of local
elementary school students to visit the Nationality/ Regional Exhibits and learn about the many countries
and cultures represented by students at UTA. The school children are generally 10 – 11 years old and in the
4th grade, although we may have some older kids this year, ages 12-14. The size of each group will be
between 150 - 250.

MANDATORY PARTICIPATION
If your organization is participating in the Nationality/ Regional Exhibits, it is extremely important that you
have one or more representatives at your exhibit between 10:00am and 2:00pm on Thursday, April 7th. The
representatives will be responsible for stamping in the passport booklets as the children “travel” around the
world to each exhibit.

OPTIONAL PARTICIPATION
We welcome your organization to participate in a cultural performance to be presented to the visiting
schools. You will need to submit a 5-10 minute creative proposal of a performance to be done at 9am,
10am, 11am and 1pm on School Visits Day. There will be 2-3 performances selected for each time slot
(Note: Your organization does not have to participate in all time slots). If your organization is interested in
participating in performing in front of the school children, please be ready to schedule a time to present
your idea to the School Visits Committee. The presenters are encouraged to consider creative ways of
sharing information and examples regarding language, handicrafts, music, clothing, food, family life, school
life, etc.

Please note that any participation in School Visits, regardless of performance or attendance, requires your
organization’s representatives to be present during an informational meeting will be held on Friday, March
25th from 1-3pm in TBA, whereby the procedures will be explained.

It is mandatory to be present during School Visits Day if your organization has an exhibit, but not
mandatory to submit a proposal for performance.

Suggestions for your performances:
   ●   Teach the children how to write their name in your country’s native language
   ●   Teach them how to say phrases in your country’s native language
   ●   Show them how to perform a simple dance (interactive)
   ●   Teach them how to sing a song, and have them do it as a group
   ●   Have a puppet show which demonstrates something interesting about your country
   ●   Have a performance on an instrument unique to your country

For more information, contact the following:

►School Visits Coordinator:
Shriraksha Mohan
Email: shriraksha@gmail.com

►I-Week Co-Chairs:
Cecilia Mendez
E-mail cecilia.mendez@mavs.uta.edu

►I-Week Advisor:
Lauren Cutcher, Office of International Education
E-mail: lcutcher@uta.edu
Tel: (817) 272-2355
                               I- Week Registration Form
                           Application for School Visits-Exhibits
                       *Mandatory for orgs that have an exhibit booth

Date:                  Thursday, April 7th
Times:                 9:30am - 1:30pm
Location:              Bluebonnet Ballroom, U.C.
Entry Fee:             n/a
Deadline:              Friday, February 4th, 5:00pm; Office of the International Education


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Organization:

Main Contact Name:
Phone #                                          Email:

Secondary Contact Name:
Phone #                                          Email:


I confirm that my organization will have one or more representatives during the hours of 9:00am and 2:00pm
on Thursday, March 31, 2005 for School Visits Day. I understand that this application is only to confirm that
representatives will be present, but is not an application for performance.




Additional Comments:




I have read the attached guidelines and assume full responsibility for informing my organization and fellow
students of these rules. My organization understands that if our organization violates any of these guidelines,
we will have to pay for the damages rendered and may be disqualified. We further waive ISO and UTA of
responsibility for any loss or injury incurred during this event.



                Name                                 Position                            Student ID #
                                  I-Week Registration Form
                         Application for School Visits-Performance
                                                      *Optional

Date:                   Thursday, April 7th
Times:                  9:30am - 1:30pm
Location:               Bluebonnet Ballroom, U.C.
Entry Fee:              n/a
Deadline:               Friday, February 4th, 5:00pm; Office of International Education


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Organization:

Main Contact Name:
Phone #                                              Email:

Secondary Contact Name:
Phone #                                              Email:


I confirm that my organization is interested in participating in the performance component of School Visits
Day, and will schedule a time to demonstrate this performance to the School Visits Committee. My
organization’s ideas are as follows:




We would like to participate in the following scheduled visits (please check all that apply):

             9:30am             10:30am             11:30am             12:30am



I have read the attached guidelines and assume full responsibility for informing my organization and fellow
students of these rules. My organization understands that if our organization violates any of these guidelines,
we will have to pay for the damages rendered and may be disqualified. We further waive ISO and UTA of
responsibility for any loss or injury incurred during this event.



                Name                                     Position                               Student ID #
                               International Week 2011
                                              Theme:
                                       April 2 - April 8, 2011
Application for:             Global Extravaganza & Closing Ceremony
Date:                        Friday, April 8th
Times:                       7:00–9:00 pm
Location:                    Bluebonnet Ballroom, U.C.
Entry Fee:                   $10 (Checks should be made payable to ISO)
Deadline:                    Friday, February 4th, 5:00pm; Office of International
                             Education
We welcome your organization to participate in the Global Extravaganza, known in former years as the
'Talent Show' and what is the Grand Finale to the week of festivities. Following the performances, we will
have a special Closing Ceremony that includes special recognition of all participating organizations, and
contributing individuals.

   ●   Each entry is allowed NO MORE than 8 minutes. No exceptions.

   ●   All participants MUST be students of UTA in order to participate. If your organization chooses to
       have non-UTA students as performers please inform the Coordinator on the application form.

   ●   Any type of props that involves fire or other potential danger MUST be declared on the application.
       This includes candles, torches, knives, etc. If such props are used and not declared, your
       organization may be disqualified from participating.

   ●   All participants MUST be present at the dress rehearsal on Thursday, April 7th in the Bluebonnet
       Ballroom. The time of the dress rehearsal will be announced at a further date. Student ID's will be
       checked at the dress rehearsal. If your organization misses the dress rehearsal, your organization
       will be dropped from the Global Extravaganza.

   ●   Please bring a CD or cassette tape of the music used during your performance (if any) to the dress
       rehearsal. The tape will not be accepted at any other time. The recording should be at the
       beginning of side A of your cassette so it is easily found. The quality of the cassette you provide will
       directly affect the quality of your performance. Please label the audio device with your group’s
       name and song number to be played.

   ●   You will need to provide an appropriate description of your talent for the purpose of your
       introduction to the Global Extravaganza audience. This, too, must be provided at the time of the
       dress rehearsal.

An informational meeting will be held on Friday, March 25th, from 1-3pm in TBA, whereby the order of
performances will be drawn randomly and the procedures to be explained.

For more information, contact the following:
►Global Extravaganza Coordinator:
Fiona Tam
E-mail: manian.tam@mavs.uta.edu
►I-Week Co-Chair:
Cecilia Mendez
E-mail: cecilia.mendez@mavs.uta.edu
►I-Week Advisor: Lauren Cutcher, Office of International Education
Tel: (817) 272-2355 / E-mail: lcutcher@uta.edu
                                  International Week 2011
                            Application for Global Extravaganza

Date:                           Friday, April 8th
Times:                          7:00–9:00 pm                                               For Official Use Only
Location:                       Bluebonnet Ballroom, U.C.
                                                                                      Date Received
Entry Fee:                      $10 (Checks should be made payable to ISO)
                                                                                      Method of Payment
Deadline:                       Friday, February 4th, 5:00pm;                         Receipt #
                                Office of International Education, U.C.

Organization Account Number (if you have an account with UTA)
Possible advisor approval from organization’s dept. for funds transfer
If you prefer that the proceeds of your organization’s sales be made payable to an individual, please include his/her
name, social security number and mailing address.


PRINT CLEARLY

Organization:

Main Contact Name:
Phone #                                             Email:

Secondary Contact Name:
Phone #                                             Email:


Description of Performance:



Please list props.
It is required that you declare any items to be used which are potentially dangerous (fire, display/decorative weapons,
etc.)




Names of Participants (use reverse if more space is needed) and Student ID #’s




I have read the attached guidelines and assume full responsibility for informing my organization and fellow
students of these rules. My organization understands that if our organization violates any of these guidelines,
we will have to pay for the damages rendered and may be disqualified. We further waive ISO and UTA of
responsibility for any loss or injury incurred during this event.


                Name                                    Position                               Student ID #

				
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